This is the consistent, non-paradoxical solution to the clues:
T A. This puzzle has a unique solution; there are no ambiguities or
paradoxes.
T B. At least one letter in COTILLARD is false.
T C. All letters in PAGE are true.
F D. All letters in GORDON-LEVITT are false.
T E. There are more true statements than false statements.
F F. B is false.
T G. The number of false statements is even.
T H. There are four consecutive false statements in this puzzle.
T I. S is false.
F J. T is true and F is false.
T K. Neither D nor V is true.
F L. There are exactly as many false statements in this puzzle as
there are on a statue in Harvard Yard.
T M. A and Z are both true.
T N. This statement has the same truth value as statement C.
F O. The number of true statements is prime.
T P. The number of true statements is square.
T Q. There are exactly as many false statements above this statement
as there are below this statement.
T R. K is true.
F S. M is false.
F T. J is true.
F U. There are four consecutive true statements in this puzzle.
F V. This statement has the same truth value as statement Q.
T W. At most one of H and U is true.
T X. Exactly one letter in PIAF is false.
F Y. All letters in NOLAN are true.
T Z. Paint the grid to reveal a phone number.
(If you try solving with A being false, you leave yourself with no way to
progress.)
Filling the grid accordingly spells the word VIEW.